More than 80 per cent of the American business executives are of the belief that climate change would damage their firms, as revealed by a survey.
Australia has been since months fighting scores of fires throughout the nation’s east cost that have taken the lives of 29 people and millions of animals, ruined more than 2,500 homes and burnt an area approximately one-third the size of Germany.
Bushfires are pretty common in Australia but the season has commenced much earlier than usual.
With the crisis indicating the threat of the changing climate, a Deloitte survey of the global business leaders have indicated 81 per cent of the Australian executive believe that the climate change would be harming their firm.
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Robert Hillard, the Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer at Deloitte Australia said that businesses require to show the investors that they are taking the required measures for curbing their exposure.
The findings have added pressure on the PM Scott Morrison, who is under the load of criticism for his government’s handling of the crisis.
Morrison has mentioned that strengthening the carbin emission reduction targets of Australia would be damaging the economy.
Public anger and fury remains high but, was raised more when the senior government officials publicly disrupted the climate change.
Haydon Manning, the professor at the Flinders University said that it is a test of his leadership that he mush indicate that he could stare down his own party and get it to stay quiet.